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    Expanded cinema : art, performance, film / edited by A.L. Rees ... [et al.]
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    London : Tate Gallery Pub., 2011.
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  • Motion pictures -- History.
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  • Performance art -- History.
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  • Projection art -- History.
  • ISBN: 
    9781854379740 (pbk.)
    1854379747 (pbk.)
    Description: 
    312 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
    Contents: 
    Preface / A.L. Rees, Duncan White, Steven Ball and David Curtis -- Expanded cinema and narrative : a troubled history / A.L. Rees -- The live record. Expanded cinema : the live record / Duncan White -- On cinematic invisibility: expanded cinema between Wagner and television / Noam M. Elcott -- Socialimagestics and the visual acupuncture of Stan Vanderbeek's expanded cinema / Mark Bartlett -- Expanded cinema and the new romantic film movement of the 1980s / Michael O'Pray -- Expanded cinema : extracts from Village voice 'Movie journal' / Jonas Mekas -- 'Culture : intercom' / Stan Vanderbeek -- On the development of Snows and other early expanded cinema works ; Free form recollections of New York / Carolee Schneemann -- Reflexivity and expanded cinema : a cinema of transgression? / William Raban -- Cinema expanded. Degree zero : narrative and the contextual image / Duncan White -- Video installation in Europe and North America : the expansion and exploration of electronic and televisual language 1969-89 / Chris Meigh-Andrews -- A kick in the eye : video and expanded cinema in Britain / Stephen Partridge -- Magic tricks? : the use of shadowplay in British expanded cinema / Lucy Reynolds -- 'I was sitting with my back to them, sewing, a beam of light coming at me from the projector' / Annabel Nicolson -- Time and the spectator in the experience of expanded cinema / Malcolm Le Grice -- KwieKulik's open form film : Polish expanded cinema? / Maxa Zoller -- Some notes on some expanded films / Werner Nekes -- On Performance : expanded cinema work in the 1970s / Birgit Hein -- On the origins of expanded cinema / Peter Weibel -- Conceptual synchronicity : intermedial encounters between film, video and computer / Yvonne Spielmann -- The domestic spaces of video / Catherine Elwes -- Mutable screens : the expanded films of Guy Sherwin, Lis Rhodes, Steve Farrer and Nicky Hamlyn / Nicky Hamlyn -- Unfolding a tale : on the impossibility of recovering the original meanings / Lis Rhodes -- The contemporary. Expanded cinema up to and including its limits : perception, participation and technology / Duncan White -- 'Not an image of the death of film' : contemporary expanded cinema and experimental film / Jonathan Walley -- 'Live cinema' / Guy Sherwin and Lynn Loo -- On expanded cinema / Karen Mirza and Brad Butler -- Expanded cinema : proto-, photo and post-photo cinema / Jackie Hatfield -- Conditions of music : contemporary audio-visual spatial performance practice / Steven Ball -- Cybernetics, expanded cinema and new media : from representation to performative practice / Chris Welsby -- Expanded cinema : expanded reality / VALIE EXPORT.
    Content Notes: 
    Includes index.
    Additional Author: 
    Rees, A. L.
    Summary: 
    In this book leading scholars from Europe and North-America trace expanded cinema from its origins in early abstract film to post-war happenings and live events in Europe and the US; the first video and multi-media experiments of the 1960s; the fusion of multi-screen art with sonic art and music from the 1970s onwards, right up to the digital age. It brings new perspectives to bear on the work of established American pioneers such as Carolee Schneemann and Stan Vanderbeek as well as exploring expanded cinema in Western and Central Europe, the influence of video art on new media technologies, and the role of British expanded cinema from the 1970s to the present day. It shows how artists challenged the conventions of spectatorship, the viewing space and the audience, to explore a new participatory and performative cinema beyond the single screen.
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    Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-306) and index.
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